Опубликовано: 29 авг. 2008 г. Eddy Duchin Plays Cole Porter: Rosalie (from „Rosalie", 1937) (Cole Porter) - Eddy Duchin, Piano with Rhythm Accompaniament, Columbia, ca 1940 - Eddy DUCHIN (. ambridge Massachusetts, 1910 -. - d. NYC 1951) was one of the most famous American pianists and bandleaders of the 1930s' and 40's. Duchin had no formal music training - which was said to frustrate his musicians at times - but he developed a style rooted in classical music. Playing what later came to be called "sweet" music rather than jazz, Duchin's success opened a new gate for similarly styled, piano-playing sweet bandleaders such as Henry King, Joe Reichman, Little Jack Little, Carmen Cavallaro to compete with the large jazz bands for radio time and record sales.
The Eddy Duchin Story is a 1956 Technicolor film biopic of band leader and pianist Eddy Duchin. It was directed by George Sidney, written by Samuel A. Taylor, and starred Tyrone Power and Kim Novak. Harry Stradling received an Academy Award nomination for his cinematography in the CinemaScope film. The film received four nominations in total and was one of the highest-grossing films of 1956
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EDDY DUCHIN was a popular American pianist and bandleader of the 1930s and 1940s, famous for his engaging onstage personality, his elegant piano style. He was originally a pharmacist before turning full-time to music and beginning his new career with Leo Reisman's orchestra at the Central Park Casino in New York, an elegant nightclub where he became hugely popular in his own right and eventually became the Reisman orchestra's leader by 1932. Did You Ever See a Dream Walking. Duchin Plays Cole Porter. From Me to You. From Now On.